Ua haamata te Samsung faatupuraa i te ASIC i te mau puaatoro no te tea o te cryptocurrency
Sa ei e i nia i te mau mauhaa no te tea te competitor matamua o te pupu i roto i te mau matete teie $ 400 million in a quarter.
South Korean Samsung has been engaged in the production of ASIC chips, which are used for the production of bitcoins, ethers and other cryptocurrencies. This is written by TechCrunch with reference to the representative of the company.
Samsung is now busy manufacturing chips for thecryptocurrency. Tera ra, we can not give more details about our customers. – Pressoffice Samsung
The first about the work of Samsung over the chips for the miners was reported by the Korean media. According to the local edition of The Bell, the mass production of ASIC chips in the Samsung semiconductor plant began in January 2018. Sources say that the corporation has already agreed on the supply of mining equipment for an unnamed company from China.
The representative of Samsung refused to discuss with TechCrunch the details of work on the ASIC chips.
The publication notes that Samsung has to compete with the Taiwanese microchip manufacturer TSMC, which earns on equipment for mining from $ 350 million to $ 400 i te toru avae Million. Te taiete e ua tavini i te mau suppliers rahi te tea i te mau matini mai te Bitmain e te mau Kanaana.
I muri mai i te mau hopearaa o te 2017, Ua Samsung i te hamaniraa rahi roae o te chip, displacing mai roto mai i te tiaraa o te feia faatere o te Intel. Samsung ’ s i te ohipa i roto i te faanahoraa o te microchip i roto i te 2017 Ua $ 69 Ua faaauhia te billion i te Intel ’ s $ 62.8 billion.
Te taata papai: Richard Abermann